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    Sea Otter 2008: Versus, Nemesis Project

    Hi all- just got back from Laguna Seca and took a few pics. Check 'em. 1st up: Versus.

    gallery here:
    http://www.msdhw.com/gallery/browseimages.php?c=47

    I test rode both the short and long Jab on the pumptrack and beginner + intermediate jumps at the ride-zone/demo area. I usually ride a medium Santa Cruz Chameleon w/ 4xWC, 24" Atom Lab GI's with 2.4 Holy Rollers (SS 38/16). These bikes railed. I'm 6' and found the short to be just fine (although my shorts did get caught on the right dial of the Argyle:


    AT's 4x/mtx/ds 4" travel bike. Herb mentioned that this frame was almost as light as the Jab frame ~6.5 lbs versus ~5.5 (?):


    AT's slope style bike. I believe it's 5.5":

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    Brad showing off his 135mm DeathMobile (peep his blog here: http://www.nem-pro.blogspot.com/ )






    and the mini-16:


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    Looks great, too bad I can't go...

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    i was there yesterday and the day before, had an awsome time.

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    Tell me that fork on the slopestyle bike is temporary....

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    All them bikes make me drool, heck, even the 16'' pit bike does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snaky69
    All them bikes make me drool, heck, even the 16'' pit bike does.
    Sweet pic's Thanks rich

    Notice the new Nemesis Project Royal SL seat on the mini 16"
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    I stopped by your stand Brad. Saw you're fully and the Kowa fork. Pretty sweet dude
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    i want a pit bike so bad. oh man i wish i had 350 to spend on something i would only use to screw around on. but yes the kowa forks with the machined crown were GORGEOUS. and brads track bikes ALMOST make me want a fixie

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    Quote Originally Posted by East Bay Rich
    Brad showing off his 135mm DeathMobile (peep his blog here: http://www.nem-pro.blogspot.com/ )






    and the mini-16:

    Nice work Brad! Cant wait to see some more pics from the nem-pro tent!
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    Is the DeathMobile a 24" or 26"? Why not a slotted disc brake mount?

    Why the move to Kowa?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaintPeelinPbody
    Is the DeathMobile a 24" or 26"? Why not a slotted disc brake mount?

    Why the move to Kowa?

    Good ?'s

    1. Deathmobile is available in 24 or 26 specific
    disk brake specific or v brake specific ( all V brake bike will no have internal cable routing ! )

    2. Slotted disk mount is not needed !
    The rear axle slot is aligned with the disk caliper so at any point in the slot you still get full pad contact , the axle slot is less than 1" long total . Slotted disk mounted are only needed for bikes with axle slots over 1.25" in long

    3. KOWA suspension is hands down the best suspension manufacture in the world , i have personally been drooling over these forks for years now and they have given me the chance this year to help develop a DJ/Street fork so no after market tuning needed just open the box and go Nem-Pro tuned style !!!
    I'll have prototypes on my bikes this year , stay tuned !!!

    KOWA also have a rapid travel adjust feature on their 160SS air forks , this would completely remove the need for lowering forks per customer , this way the end customer can tune their ride height on the fly !!
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    How much will the 160SS be able to be lowered? Prices on that fork? Prices on their DJ/Street fork?

    Prices on your DeathMobile?

    135mm rear is BMX spacing right? I always forget.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaintPeelinPbody
    How much will the 160SS be able to be lowered? Prices on that fork? Prices on their DJ/Street fork?

    Prices on your DeathMobile?

    135mm rear is BMX spacing right? I always forget.
    110mm is bmx spacing, 135 is road/mtb

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    In that case, when will a 24" DeathMobile be ready?

    I was eyeing the NS Holy or Suburban 24, but I'd prefer to stay American.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaintPeelinPbody
    In that case, when will a 24" DeathMobile be ready?

    I was eyeing the NS Holy or Suburban 24, but I'd prefer to stay American.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PaintPeelinPbody
    In that case, when will a 24" DeathMobile be ready?

    I was eyeing the NS Holy or Suburban 24, but I'd prefer to stay American.
    There already is one. The deathmobile was a 24'' bike to begin with. v-brake, don't remember which spacing.

    Now Brad's giving us one more option, mtb spacing and disk brakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sittingduck
    [SIZE=6]Tonic Fab "Fall Guy"
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    [SIZE="5"]$700[/SIZE]

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    Sorry buddy, but I can assure you that Brads stuff is handmade and probably isn't going to be much, if any, cheaper.

    EDIT:: But I'll let the big man speak for himself

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    I thought NemPro stuff was in the 350-450 range.

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    NemPro isn't a mass production frame manufacturer... (Granted, I know there was some talk about getting a run done for the smaller wallets of the community...)

    IMHO - Brad would be DUMB to charge such a little amount for how nice his stuff is... I should know how much work alone goes into one frame.. DEFINITALLY not 350-450 worth... But rather MUCH more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sittingduck
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    Nice Thread jack
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evil4bc
    Nice Thread jack .... Net tool once again Mr. duck
    Don't sweat it Brad... Everyone (will being the only exception) has just learned to ignore him, to be honest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaintPeelinPbody
    How much will the 160SS be able to be lowered? Prices on that fork? Prices on their DJ/Street fork?

    Prices on your DeathMobile?

    135mm rear is BMX spacing right? I always forget.
    The 160SS is really more of a freeride fork but it's working great for both Mike Ravizza on his 4in Double Agent and me on my Secrect Agent .

    Please contact Covic racing for current priceing on the 160SS

    DJ/ Street forks are still in the developement stages , I will keep you all posted.

    Prices on the Deathmobiles :
    135mm disk 24" or 26" : $750
    110mm V brake 24" or 26" : $650
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    Quote Originally Posted by A Grove
    Don't sweat it Brad... Everyone (will being the only exception) has just learned to ignore him, to be honest.
    Thanks Aaron
    We have been very lucky to have such great support this year .
    I apperciate all the kind words

    Everyone involved with Nemesis Project have been working very hard this year to get allt he new products .

    Did anyone get pic's of the Tailgunner and the full seat line ?
    I was soo busy I never had a chance to grab my camera from the RV
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